Support Stein Hospice On Valentine’s Day

Stein Hospice’s annual Valentine’s Day dinner will be held Tuesday, Feb. 14 at Crush Wine Bar, 145 Columbus Ave. in downtown Sandusky. The five-course wine dinner will be served at one seating at 5:30 p.m. Cost is $160 per person (gratuity included). An auction will also be held.


PC hopes that win at Edison gets them back on track

The Port Clinton Redskin boys’ basketball team has been struggling, not just with making shots and maintaining intensity and discipline on defense, but keeping healthy players on the floor. With a makeshift lineup last Friday, the Redskins managed to control the Edison Chargers for a 46-35 win on the road. Alex Stephenson drives past three Oak Harbor Rocket defenders last Thursday in Port Clinton 55-36 win over the Rockets.



CORRECTION – In last week’s edition of The Beacon we erroneously reported that Joyce Murphy of Port Clinton was not continuing as Vice Chairman of the Ottawa County Republican Party. That information was incorrect. She continues to hold that position. –John Schaffner


St. Boniface hosts open house

St. Boniface Catholic School is inviting parishioners and the community to an Open House at the school, 215 W. Oak St, Oak Harbor, on Tuesday, Jan. 31. The open house will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.


Local artist's work displayed at park

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council in partnership with the City of Port Clinton is commissioning Ottawa County artist Mike Sohikian by installing his piece “Restructuring Matisse,” a metal sculpture at the Friendship Park on Perry Street.  

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